freshen up

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Synonyms for freshen up

make brighter and prettier

become or make oneself fresh again

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I"m partnering with Daisy Brand Cottage Cheese to show how simple it is to freshen up your refrigerator and choose more great-tasting, nutrient-rich foods, like Daisy Brand Cottage Cheese.
Following the loss at Sale, last week's enforced break has allowed coach Lee McDermott to freshen up his troops and get some hard work in on the training paddock ready for the final push.
Heat-fighting essentials to keep handy in your handbag are blotting papers to soak up excess oil and shine and a face spritzer to freshen up your make-up and keep your skin hydrated.
ASTON Villa boss David O'Leary admits his side have had a poor campaign - and has vowed to freshen up his squad this summer.
Due to our manufacturing legacy our skills are is not as high as we might think and it has been difficult implementing strategies to freshen up workforce training.
McCarthy is also intent on bringing in more new faces to freshen up his squad.
Rather than chuck what he had and start from scratch, he might have asked a few additional questions to freshen up the older material and allow his subjects to reflect on the twists and turns their careers have taken since the initial conversation, and what they've learned in the interim.
We want our smiles to stay bright all day long," says Noreen Freitas, vice president of oral care products for Rembrandt "It is not enough just to freshen up your breath.
Freshen up your life with cruelty-free, all-natural products from Earth Solutions, an aromatherapy company that supports indigenous artists and communities.
Neither side could gain the initative in the second half and both managers sent on substitutes to attempt to freshen up their line-ups.